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  • L|amaL|ama Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    That's not the same thing at all.

    Communism is not the logical conclusion of a country having an army.
    SURE IT IS, MAAAAAN. ALL SOLDIERS ARE FASCISTS, MAAAAAN. WE SHOULD RECYCLE AND WEAR OUR OWN SHED SKIN AND HAIR INSTEAD OF GROWING COTTON OR WEARING WOOL, MAAAAAAN. PATCHULI OIL IS RAD, I LOVE HACKEY SACK AND SUCKING DICKS AND SMOKING POT.

    Hahaha, laughing at that incredibly loudly got some odd looks.


    I imagine the poles shifting would screw up the van allen belts for a while, increased cancer rate and such for a while until it restabilised.

  • NogsNogs Crap, crap, mega crap. Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    teefs, i think what he is trying to say is that those hippies were gonna complain and say something no matter what he did. so he went with what he thought would be the funny option.

    fuck the dude already said he did green shit, he just doesn't want to be accosted by pricks.

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  • redheadredhead Registered User
    edited December 2007
    Sustainability in space

    So, apparently the empty vacuum of space now has intrinsic value to radical environmentalists.

    "Oh no, if we strip mine an asteroid for all of its mineral value, a barren rock in space will be slightly smaller. Boo hoo."
    nothing in the article talks about the intrinsic value of a vacuum. the woman they quote was explaining that planets (which are not empty space) do not have infinite resources available to exploit, so it's in humanity's best interest not to view them that way (nothing about "intrinsic value"). I also don't know where you got the "radical environmentalists" part.

    basically, everything in your post was wrong.

  • The Far SideThe Far Side __BANNED USERS regular
    edited December 2007
    oh no, somebody is talking to you

    my privacy from other people in public has been violated!!!

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  • NogsNogs Crap, crap, mega crap. Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    man if the poles shifted how would i find my way around?

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  • Big Red TieBig Red Tie the way you look should be a sinRegistered User regular
    edited December 2007
    I don't actually mind recycling. We live in a state where you get money for turning in your cans, and my family goes through a lot of pop, so hey.


    It's just that some environmentalists are super, super in your face about shit. My mom dropped me off (I don't have my license yet, okay? shut up) at the movie theatre with my older brother and my friend who were visiting from Wyoming, and we were accosted by a couple (both with dreadlocks) who said, verbatim, "MAAAN, DON'T YOU KNOW HOW BAD THAT THING IS FOR THE PLANET? YOU GUYS SHOULD DRIVE A HYBRID."

    to which we replied, "Piss off, we're all over six feet tall and two of us are lumps of dough, how are we supposed to fit in a prius?" This was prior to the new SUV hybrids. If less hippies were self righteous and pushy, less people would want to light them on fire and drag them behind a truck.
    ah yes reacting to harmless proselytising like that is the totally mature route to go

    thx dude

    When I'm being fucking accosted by unwashed flower-children who were born too late to take the bad acid at Woodstock, I aint gonna be polite.
    ah yes you sure are the bigger man

    When did I ever claim to be the better man during this whole quote tree? Ever? :|

    It's the equivalent of you walking around and having some old guy call you a wierdo faggot for wanting to get a sex-change operation. Some dude you don't know getting all agressive because of how you live. Think on that.

    Except the fact that he wants a sex-change operation doesn't affect the environment, and therefore everyone in the world.

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  • NogsNogs Crap, crap, mega crap. Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    teefs, now you are just being an asshole.

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  • CrossBusterCrossBuster Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    redhead wrote: »
    Sustainability in space

    So, apparently the empty vacuum of space now has intrinsic value to radical environmentalists.

    "Oh no, if we strip mine an asteroid for all of its mineral value, a barren rock in space will be slightly smaller. Boo hoo."
    nothing in the article talks about the intrinsic value of a vacuum. the woman they quote was explaining that planets (which are not empty space) do not have infinite resources available to exploit, so it's in humanity's best interest not to view them that way (nothing about "intrinsic value"). I also don't know where you got the "radical environmentalists" part.

    basically, everything in your post was wrong.
    if we do destroy a planet that's uninhabitable, is that a problem? It's an ethical issue

    The fact that someone sees an ethical issue in "destroying" (removing most of the mineral value from a planet's near surface would hardly "destroy" it) a planet with no life that's uninhabitable to humans is, at the very least, a strong implication that the person making that statement assigns some intrinsic value to untouched rocks.

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  • Metzger MeisterMetzger Meister Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    I don't actually mind recycling. We live in a state where you get money for turning in your cans, and my family goes through a lot of pop, so hey.


    It's just that some environmentalists are super, super in your face about shit. My mom dropped me off (I don't have my license yet, okay? shut up) at the movie theatre with my older brother and my friend who were visiting from Wyoming, and we were accosted by a couple (both with dreadlocks) who said, verbatim, "MAAAN, DON'T YOU KNOW HOW BAD THAT THING IS FOR THE PLANET? YOU GUYS SHOULD DRIVE A HYBRID."

    to which we replied, "Piss off, we're all over six feet tall and two of us are lumps of dough, how are we supposed to fit in a prius?" This was prior to the new SUV hybrids. If less hippies were self righteous and pushy, less people would want to light them on fire and drag them behind a truck.
    ah yes reacting to harmless proselytising like that is the totally mature route to go

    thx dude

    When I'm being fucking accosted by unwashed flower-children who were born too late to take the bad acid at Woodstock, I aint gonna be polite.
    ah yes you sure are the bigger man

    When did I ever claim to be the better man during this whole quote tree? Ever? :|

    It's the equivalent of you walking around and having some old guy call you a wierdo faggot for wanting to get a sex-change operation. Some dude you don't know getting all agressive because of how you live. Think on that.

    Except the fact that he wants a sex-change operation doesn't affect the environment, and therefore everyone in the world.

    His space is still being invaded by someone who will never be convinced that he's wrong.

    Being told I'm killing the earth is no different than some some picketer calling two gay men being married queers and sinners, or a bunch of protestors calling a dead soldier a murderer at his own funeral.

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  • ButlerButler 89 episodes or bust Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    I don't actually mind recycling. We live in a state where you get money for turning in your cans, and my family goes through a lot of pop, so hey.


    It's just that some environmentalists are super, super in your face about shit. My mom dropped me off (I don't have my license yet, okay? shut up) at the movie theatre with my older brother and my friend who were visiting from Wyoming, and we were accosted by a couple (both with dreadlocks) who said, verbatim, "MAAAN, DON'T YOU KNOW HOW BAD THAT THING IS FOR THE PLANET? YOU GUYS SHOULD DRIVE A HYBRID."

    to which we replied, "Piss off, we're all over six feet tall and two of us are lumps of dough, how are we supposed to fit in a prius?" This was prior to the new SUV hybrids. If less hippies were self righteous and pushy, less people would want to light them on fire and drag them behind a truck.
    ah yes reacting to harmless proselytising like that is the totally mature route to go

    thx dude

    Yeah MM, you should take the route of zen-like calm acceptance, like Teefs did when South Park questioned the merits of gender reassignment surgery.

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  • The Far SideThe Far Side __BANNED USERS regular
    edited December 2007
    nice reverse strawman there duder

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  • L|amaL|ama Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    redhead wrote: »
    ZeroFill wrote: »
    hybrids are a joke

    they are not justifiably any more fuel efficient than most other economical cars with the same amount of power. They only advantage they really have is during idling. And the increased cost and the ni-cad batteries that are really harmful don't outweigh the increased cost.

    Once we get decent electric and fuel cell cars, then it will matter.
    th... they aren't? I mean

    what

    yes they are? my mom's prius gets way better gas mileage than any other car we've ever owned

    I'm not really sure how to respond to a claim like that

    Something to do with swapping from petrol to electric and changes the flux yada yada. I've heard the new Diesel BMWs and such are more efficient than hybrids.

  • CrossBusterCrossBuster Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Butler wrote: »
    I don't actually mind recycling. We live in a state where you get money for turning in your cans, and my family goes through a lot of pop, so hey.


    It's just that some environmentalists are super, super in your face about shit. My mom dropped me off (I don't have my license yet, okay? shut up) at the movie theatre with my older brother and my friend who were visiting from Wyoming, and we were accosted by a couple (both with dreadlocks) who said, verbatim, "MAAAN, DON'T YOU KNOW HOW BAD THAT THING IS FOR THE PLANET? YOU GUYS SHOULD DRIVE A HYBRID."

    to which we replied, "Piss off, we're all over six feet tall and two of us are lumps of dough, how are we supposed to fit in a prius?" This was prior to the new SUV hybrids. If less hippies were self righteous and pushy, less people would want to light them on fire and drag them behind a truck.
    ah yes reacting to harmless proselytising like that is the totally mature route to go

    thx dude

    Yeah MM, you should take the route of zen-like calm acceptance, like Teefs did when South Park questioned the merits of gender reassignment surgery.

    heh

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  • Penguin IncarnatePenguin Incarnate Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    I like that his reason for not owning a hybrid is that he likes cheese burgers.

  • Metzger MeisterMetzger Meister Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Fuuuuck, what have I started? :|

    edit: PI, they'd be impractical for my family is the point I was making with my statement. Also, yes, cheesburgers are delicious and should be held aloft as man's greatest accomplishment since the discovery of fire.

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  • ZeroFillZeroFill Feeling much better. A nice, green leaf.Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    redhead wrote: »
    ZeroFill wrote: »
    hybrids are a joke

    they are not justifiably any more fuel efficient than most other economical cars with the same amount of power. They only advantage they really have is during idling. And the increased cost and the ni-cad batteries that are really harmful don't outweigh the increased cost.

    Once we get decent electric and fuel cell cars, then it will matter.
    th... they aren't? I mean

    what

    yes they are? my mom's prius gets way better gas mileage than any other car we've ever owned

    I'm not really sure how to respond to a claim like that

    The original ridiculously high mpg estimates they gave like 60mpg and all that were largely based off of old epa standards that weighed highly on how much fuel was used during idling. And for a hybrid, that is of course none.

    The still have good mpg, its just not the answer to our problems. The increased cost is a large factor. Someday when you have to buy your own cars, you'll understand this.

  • FabricateFabricate __BANNED USERS
    edited December 2007
    Fuck coal.

    dirty motherfucker.

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  • CrossBusterCrossBuster Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Man, I'm gonna buy some genetically modified vegetables and make the best stir fry tonight.

    You can taste the science.

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  • NogsNogs Crap, crap, mega crap. Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Fuuuuck, what have I started? :|

    edit: PI, they'd be impractical for my family is the point I was making with my statement. Also, yes, cheesburgers are delicious and should be held aloft as man's greatest accomplishment since the discovery of fire.

    nothing, teefs is just being stupid

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  • NogsNogs Crap, crap, mega crap. Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Fabricate, everytime i see your avatar i think it is a burger of some sort.

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  • Penguin IncarnatePenguin Incarnate Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Fuuuuck, what have I started? :|

    edit: PI, they'd be impractical for my family is the point I was making with my statement. Also, yes, cheesburgers are delicious and should be held aloft as man's greatest accomplishment since the discovery of fire.
    I'm not going to let logic get in the way of a good joke.

    Never have. Never will.

  • The Far SideThe Far Side __BANNED USERS regular
    edited December 2007
    i don't see how wanting to react to somebody talking to you with violence is mature in any way

    pls show me the light

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  • redheadredhead Registered User
    edited December 2007
    redhead wrote: »
    Sustainability in space

    So, apparently the empty vacuum of space now has intrinsic value to radical environmentalists.

    "Oh no, if we strip mine an asteroid for all of its mineral value, a barren rock in space will be slightly smaller. Boo hoo."
    nothing in the article talks about the intrinsic value of a vacuum. the woman they quote was explaining that planets (which are not empty space) do not have infinite resources available to exploit, so it's in humanity's best interest not to view them that way (nothing about "intrinsic value"). I also don't know where you got the "radical environmentalists" part.

    basically, everything in your post was wrong.
    if we do destroy a planet that's uninhabitable, is that a problem? It's an ethical issue
    The fact that someone sees an ethical issue in "destroying" (removing most of the mineral value from a planet's near surface would hardly "destroy" it) a planet with no life that's uninhabitable to humans is, at the very least, a strong implication that the person making that statement assigns some intrinsic value to untouched rocks.
    they were raising a question. you obviously feel that the answer is no, that there is no value to an uninhabitable planet. that's fine; it's not going to be relevant for a while anyway. nothing in that article indicates that they're the kind of extremists you were attempting to paint them as, and it's clear from the phrasing that she hasn't decided for herself how she feels about it anyway. I'm still not sure why you reacted so strongly to that, or why you chose to misrepresent basically everything in the article when you posted it.

  • Penguin IncarnatePenguin Incarnate Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Why can't we just burn the Welsh?

    They're lousy with energy.

  • Metzger MeisterMetzger Meister Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Fuuuuck, what have I started? :|

    edit: PI, they'd be impractical for my family is the point I was making with my statement. Also, yes, cheesburgers are delicious and should be held aloft as man's greatest accomplishment since the discovery of fire.
    I'm not going to let logic get in the way of a good joke.

    Never have. Never will.

    And I applaud you for it sir, with the fat 'neath my arms jiggling its approval.

    edit: Teefs, I never claimed it was mature, the way I reacted. You have to remember that I am a fat, bitter, immature young man. True, I could have responded much more calmly, and much more rationally, but I didn't. It's as simple as that.

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  • ZeroFillZeroFill Feeling much better. A nice, green leaf.Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    I hate the organic movement the most

    I am fine not having insects and the farmer's deuce he dropped in the field in my vegetables, thank you

    OH NOES THE GENETIC MODIFICATION IS GOING TO CHANGE MY DNAAAA

  • ButtersButters A glass of some milks Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    redhead wrote: »
    ZeroFill wrote: »
    hybrids are a joke

    they are not justifiably any more fuel efficient than most other economical cars with the same amount of power. They only advantage they really have is during idling. And the increased cost and the ni-cad batteries that are really harmful don't outweigh the increased cost.

    Once we get decent electric and fuel cell cars, then it will matter.
    th... they aren't? I mean

    what

    yes they are? my mom's prius gets way better gas mileage than any other car we've ever owned

    I'm not really sure how to respond to a claim like that

    Any hybrid that doesn't look like a futuristic fagmobile does not have good enough gas mileage to justify the increased sticker price.

    Also keep in mind many car makers have been caught grossly overestimating the gas mileage ratings for their hybrids.

    Hybrid cars are a temporary situation at best and it's one that I am not willing to invest in.

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  • ButlerButler 89 episodes or bust Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    nice reverse strawman there duder
    Do you mean me or what?

    Because like eighty other people started arguing with you while I was typing that.

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  • Penguin IncarnatePenguin Incarnate Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Fuuuuck, what have I started? :|

    edit: PI, they'd be impractical for my family is the point I was making with my statement. Also, yes, cheesburgers are delicious and should be held aloft as man's greatest accomplishment since the discovery of fire.
    I'm not going to let logic get in the way of a good joke.

    Never have. Never will.

    And I applaud you for it sir, with the fat 'neath my arms jiggling its approval.
    Don't tire yourself out on account of me.

  • The Far SideThe Far Side __BANNED USERS regular
    edited December 2007
    Butler wrote: »
    nice reverse strawman there duder
    Do you mean me or what?

    Because like eighty other people started arguing with you while I was typing that.
    no, metz

    but that's ok

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  • ZeroFillZeroFill Feeling much better. A nice, green leaf.Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    oh man butters and butler in the same thread

    I always get confused

  • CrossBusterCrossBuster Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    nice reverse strawman there duder

    Like when you called me an anti-Semite and conspiracy theorist when I said something about the U.N. (as a joke) which you took issue with.

    Or was that just an ordinary strawman? I don't know.

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  • Metzger MeisterMetzger Meister Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    Fuuuuck, what have I started? :|

    edit: PI, they'd be impractical for my family is the point I was making with my statement. Also, yes, cheesburgers are delicious and should be held aloft as man's greatest accomplishment since the discovery of fire.
    I'm not going to let logic get in the way of a good joke.

    Never have. Never will.

    And I applaud you for it sir, with the fat 'neath my arms jiggling its approval.
    Don't tire yourself out on account of me.

    :^:

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  • NogsNogs Crap, crap, mega crap. Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    ZeroFill wrote: »
    redhead wrote: »
    ZeroFill wrote: »
    hybrids are a joke

    they are not justifiably any more fuel efficient than most other economical cars with the same amount of power. They only advantage they really have is during idling. And the increased cost and the ni-cad batteries that are really harmful don't outweigh the increased cost.

    Once we get decent electric and fuel cell cars, then it will matter.
    th... they aren't? I mean

    what

    yes they are? my mom's prius gets way better gas mileage than any other car we've ever owned

    I'm not really sure how to respond to a claim like that

    The original ridiculously high mpg estimates they gave like 60mpg and all that were largely based off of old epa standards that weighed highly on how much fuel was used during idling. And for a hybrid, that is of course none.

    The still have good mpg, its just not the answer to our problems. The increased cost is a large factor. Someday when you have to buy your own cars, you'll understand this.

    well i mean, i guess the real question is whether or not it takes up more energy/fuel to 'charge' your car, than it does to fill your car with that little bit of extra gas.

    i mean, you got the coal going to the power plant on a train using gas, the power plant then turns that into eletricity used to charge your car.

    or you fill your tank up with gas that has been transported from across the world...

    yeah now that i look at it i suppose electric still has a smaller footprint.

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  • Penguin IncarnatePenguin Incarnate Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    ZeroFill wrote: »
    I hate the organic movement the most

    I am fine not having insects and the farmer's deuce he dropped in the field in my vegetables, thank you

    OH NOES THE GENETIC MODIFICATION IS GOING TO CHANGE MY DNAAAA
    That and the pesticides and the antibiotics and the steroids and the. . .

  • The Far SideThe Far Side __BANNED USERS regular
    edited December 2007
    nice reverse strawman there duder

    Like when you called me an anti-Semite and conspiracy theorist when I said something about the U.N. (as a joke) which you took issue with.

    Or was that just an ordinary strawman? I don't know.
    i'm not allowed to joke any more

    shoot

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  • redheadredhead Registered User
    edited December 2007
    Butters wrote: »
    redhead wrote: »
    ZeroFill wrote: »
    hybrids are a joke

    they are not justifiably any more fuel efficient than most other economical cars with the same amount of power. They only advantage they really have is during idling. And the increased cost and the ni-cad batteries that are really harmful don't outweigh the increased cost.

    Once we get decent electric and fuel cell cars, then it will matter.
    th... they aren't? I mean

    what

    yes they are? my mom's prius gets way better gas mileage than any other car we've ever owned

    I'm not really sure how to respond to a claim like that

    Any hybrid that doesn't look like a futuristic fagmobile does not have good enough gas mileage to justify the increased sticker price.

    Also keep in mind many car makers have been caught grossly overestimating the gas mileage ratings for their hybrids.

    Hybrid cars are a temporary situation at best and it's one that I am not willing to invest in.
    if it had been clear to me that he was saying something like "you are not going to save money by buying a hybrid" then I wouldn't have disagreed at all. I thought for some reason that he was just straight up saying they aren't more fuel efficient, though.

    I mean, even my mom's prius, which does look like a futuristic fagmobile (to me, anyway) isn't going to end up saving us money overall unless the price for gas simply skyrockets sometime soon. but it's been a great car for us in all sorts of ways, so we're all really happy with it.

  • CrossBusterCrossBuster Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    nice reverse strawman there duder

    Like when you called me an anti-Semite and conspiracy theorist when I said something about the U.N. (as a joke) which you took issue with.

    Or was that just an ordinary strawman? I don't know.
    i'm not allowed to joke any more

    shoot

    You were joking.

    Of course.

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  • ButlerButler 89 episodes or bust Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    i don't see how wanting to react to somebody talking to you with violence is mature in any way

    pls show me the light
    What violence? I think it's pretty clear the whole burn-and-drag comment was hyperbole.

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  • Penguin IncarnatePenguin Incarnate Registered User regular
    edited December 2007
    I was about to rip on Teefs, but then I realized that I was opening myself up for a major burn.

    Well played, hypothetical forumer.

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